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The 2014 Fluid lets you choose your perfect trail weapon: the 27.5”/650B Fluid 7 or the 29” Fluid 9. Like every bike in the Norco lineup, the Fluids were designed around their intended uses and respective wheel sizes – no geometry compromises here. With 120mm of trail-tuned A.R.T. suspension and short, stiff rear ends, the Fluids snap around corners, explode up tech climbs, and flow through rocky, rooty descents. This truly is a bike for those looking to take their trail riding experiences to the next level. Find your sweet spot with the Fluid.
Intended Use
Trail
Travel
120mm
4.7in
Wheel Size
650B
Technologies

The Technology Inside the Fluid 7.1

Flip Dropout

Brand new for 2014, the proprietary Flip Dropout features a sturdy Flip Chip that adapts to the specific needs of the rider. Extended, the Flip Chip features an eyelet that functions as an additional mounting point for fenders. The Flip eyelet is intentionally set on a different plane than the primary eyelet to ensure maximum fender/rack compatibility. Retracted, the Flip Chip is hidden neatly out of the way.


Flip Dropout

Brand new for 2014, the proprietary Flip Dropout features a sturdy Flip Chip that adapts to the specific needs of the rider. Extended, the Flip Chip features an eyelet that functions as an additional mounting point for fenders. The Flip eyelet is intentionally set on a different plane than the primary eyelet to ensure maximum fender/rack compatibility. Retracted, the Flip Chip is hidden neatly out of the way.


Gravity Tune


With traditional frame designs, engineers adjust front-centre lengths for each frame size but use a single, fixed rear-centre length. This approach leaves riders of certain body types in a poor position when standing. Poor body position leads to uneven weight distribution and negatively affects traction, control and overall performance and ride characteristics. A simple solution to a complex problem, Gravity Tune fixes the front-centre/rear-centre ratio across all frame sizes, effectively optimizing geometry for every bike in the line. As a result, weight is always optimally distributed – regardless of rider height. Available only on Norco Bikes, Gravity Tune means equal ride characteristics and unrivalled control for all.


Syntace Integrated Derailleur Hanger


Proven to be substantially stiffer and less prone to damage than conventional derailleur hangers, the X-12 system ensures incredibly crisp and precise shifting. Each frame comes with a spare hanger bolt integrated into the frame for emergency trailside repairs.


Tapered Head Tube


Tapered head tubes provide three major benefits to riders: stiffness, responsiveness and durability. A wider head tube junction leaves room for a larger down tube, enabling engineers to create a stiffer, more efficient pedaling platform. The wider junction also enables us to use forks with stiffer, stronger fork crowns and steer tubes; these forks are less prone to flex, so riders experience enhanced responsiveness and control in the handling of the bike. Tapered head tubes also enable engineers to optimize headset bearings. Oversized 1 1/2” lower bearings are stronger and more durable, and they are better at dissipating loads and handling impacts. Smaller 1 1/8” upper bearings, which experience less load, are lighter. Combined, all of these tapered head tube benefits contribute to a more thrilling ride experience.


Power Chassis


Norco’s Power Chassis Design is the ultra-efficient power transfer system that gives our carbon road bikes their responsiveness and explo- sive acceleration. The Power Chassis is a complete pedaling platform designed to convert energy from a rider’s whole body into forward mo- mentum. The design begins at the tapered head tube and leads down through an oversized, down tube that creates an extremely stiff linkage between the front and back end of the bike. The down tube leads into an oversized, super-stiff bottom bracket shell designed to house the most efficient cranks available today. The oversized BB area then leads through to an especially broad set of chain stays, engineered to conduct energy directly from cranks through to the back wheel where they are converted into forward thrust.


Tapered Head Tube


Tapered head tubes provide three major benefits to riders: stiffness, responsiveness and durability. A wider head tube junction leaves room for a larger down tube, enabling engineers to create a stiffer, more efficient pedaling platform. The wider junction also enables us to use forks with stiffer, stronger fork crowns and steer tubes; these forks are less prone to flex, so riders experience enhanced responsiveness and control in the handling of the bike. Tapered head tubes also enable engineers to optimize headset bearings. Oversized 1 1/2” lower bearings are stronger and more durable, and they are better at dissipating loads and handling impacts. Smaller 1 1/8” upper bearings, which experience less load, are lighter. Combined, all of these tapered head tube benefits contribute to a more thrilling ride experience.


Applied Road Compliance


Norco’s performance road frames feature Advanced Road Compliance (ARC) technology, which optimizes the vertical compliance to lateral rigidity ratio for race and endurance applications. ARC seat stays are designed with a distinctive bow shape that works like micro-suspension to dampen fatiguing road vibrations. ARC technology enables us to maximize rider comfort without any sacrifice to the lateral stiffness that gives a high performance road bike its pedaling efficiency and explosiveness.

ARC Endurance: Seat stays are slender and feature a very pronounced bow shape that makes them extremely effective at dampening road vibrations. Chain stays are broad and stiff to ensure optimal pedaling efficiency, and they are engineered to be slightly longer to deliver a more stable ride experience.

ARC Race: Seat stays are slender and feature a less pronounced bow shape that still delivers effective road vibration dampening. Chain stays are broad and extremely stiff to deliver maximum pedaling efficiency, and they are engineered to be slightly shorter to deliver a highly responsive ride experience.


SmoothCore


Structurally speaking, the inside of a carbon frame is just as important as the outside. Norco’s SmoothCore process enables us to maintain precision control over all of the inner surfaces of our carbon frames, which is particularly critical at complicated, high-stress areas like the head tube and bottom bracket junctions. The secret to SmoothCore is our innovative mandrel system, which eliminates the possibility of wrinkling during the carbon fibre layup process and enables us to guarantee exceptionally smooth inner surfaces throughout the frame. Most importantly to the rider, SmoothCore greatly improves frame strength over conventional carbon layup processes. Norco’s 2013 carbon frames are the strongest and most resilient we’ve ever made, inside and out.


ArmorLite


Norco’s carbon frames are manufactured with only the highest quality materials, right down to the resin we use to hold everything together. Our superior quality ArmorLite resin produces an exceptionally strong bond that enhances frame strength, prevents damage and increases impact resistance. ArmorLite resin is so efficient that less of it is required – enabling us to produce carbon frames that are both stronger AND lighter than those manufactured using conventional resins.


Pressfit BB30


A PressFit 30 bottom bracket offers all of the stiffness benefits of a BB30 bottom bracket, and adds a few unique benefits of its own. With PressFit 30 bottom brackets, bearings are housed in nylon cups that are pressed directly into the BB shell. This eliminates the need for the aluminum sleeve used in traditional BB30 designs and therefore reduces overall weight. The PressFit 30 system also creates a better seal around bearings, increasing their lifespan and reducing the possibility of a blowout. PressFit 30 BBs are less prone to creaking than other BBs and are compatible with all BB30 cranksets.


Advanced Ride Technology


Advanced Ride Technology, or A.R.T., is the direct link between engineering and experience. More than a single suspension platform, A.R.T. is a system that we optimize for each intended use. Norco’s engineering team strategically manipulates pivot locations to precision-tune suspension kinematics, ensuring that every full suspension bike will excel in the environment it was designed for. For downhill applications, we increase rearward axle path for a more controlled ride over gnarly, unpredictable terrain. For cross-country we increase pedaling efficiency and small bump compliance for a faster, smoother ride. A.R.T. delivers four major benefits to riders: enhanced pedaling efficiency, increased square-edge bump compliance, improved braking performance and progressive suspension characteristics. These benefits are balanced in different proportions based on intended use, creating a ride experience unique to each model.

Enhanced Pedaling Efficiency
A.R.T. is designed to effectively manage chain growth to create anti-squat forces that counteract the forces responsible for suspension bob. The result is an incredibly efficient pedaling platform, superior power transfer and unmatched climbing ability.

Increased Square-Edge Bump Compliance
Rearward axle path describes the rear wheel’s trajectory as a bicycle moves through its travel. A.R.T. uses a pronounced rearward axle path that enables the wheel to travel both rearward and upward, up and out of the way of obstacles.

Improved Braking Performance
A pronounced rearward axle path also allows a bike’s suspension to remain fully active when pressure is applied to the brakes. A.R.T. delivers powerful, predictable braking with fully active suspension and superior traction at all times.

Progressive Suspension Characteristics
A.R.T. suspension uses a progressive leverage ratio curve, meaning that the forces required to engage the shock increase progressively as the shock moves through its travel. The first part of the stroke is very supple and effectively absorbs small to medium-sized impacts. Toward the end of the stroke, the shock becomes progressively stiffer, resulting in a ‘bottomless’ feel. To the rider, this progressive curve is experienced as consistent, predictable suspension at every point in the travel.


Holloform Link Arm


Norco’s Holloform linkarm is a hyper-rigid, one-piece linkarm that provides two distinct benefits to riders. First, it provides lateral support to the seat stays and stiffens the rear triangle, keeping the bike tracking straight and true through any terrain. Second, it prevents torsional forces from affecting the rear shock, reducing stiction and increasing shock life.


Post Mount Brakes


Integrated into the rear dropouts, the post mount uses half of the hardware of a normal brake mounting system and creates a stronger structure that reduces braking harmonics.


360 Lock


Norco’s 360º Lock pivots employ a tapered collet insert that, when the pivot hardware is tightened, expands to grip the inner race of the pivot bearing around the full 3600 of its inner diameter. This design creates a much stronger grip, prevents unwanted forces from acting on the bearing and prolongs bearing lifespan.


Tapered Head Tube Advanced Ride Technology Post Mount Brakes
Intended Use
Trail
Travel
120mm
4.7in
Wheel Size
650B
Technologies

The Technology Inside the Fluid 7.2

Flip Dropout

Brand new for 2014, the proprietary Flip Dropout features a sturdy Flip Chip that adapts to the specific needs of the rider. Extended, the Flip Chip features an eyelet that functions as an additional mounting point for fenders. The Flip eyelet is intentionally set on a different plane than the primary eyelet to ensure maximum fender/rack compatibility. Retracted, the Flip Chip is hidden neatly out of the way.


Flip Dropout

Brand new for 2014, the proprietary Flip Dropout features a sturdy Flip Chip that adapts to the specific needs of the rider. Extended, the Flip Chip features an eyelet that functions as an additional mounting point for fenders. The Flip eyelet is intentionally set on a different plane than the primary eyelet to ensure maximum fender/rack compatibility. Retracted, the Flip Chip is hidden neatly out of the way.


Gravity Tune


With traditional frame designs, engineers adjust front-centre lengths for each frame size but use a single, fixed rear-centre length. This approach leaves riders of certain body types in a poor position when standing. Poor body position leads to uneven weight distribution and negatively affects traction, control and overall performance and ride characteristics. A simple solution to a complex problem, Gravity Tune fixes the front-centre/rear-centre ratio across all frame sizes, effectively optimizing geometry for every bike in the line. As a result, weight is always optimally distributed – regardless of rider height. Available only on Norco Bikes, Gravity Tune means equal ride characteristics and unrivalled control for all.


Syntace Integrated Derailleur Hanger


Proven to be substantially stiffer and less prone to damage than conventional derailleur hangers, the X-12 system ensures incredibly crisp and precise shifting. Each frame comes with a spare hanger bolt integrated into the frame for emergency trailside repairs.


Tapered Head Tube


Tapered head tubes provide three major benefits to riders: stiffness, responsiveness and durability. A wider head tube junction leaves room for a larger down tube, enabling engineers to create a stiffer, more efficient pedaling platform. The wider junction also enables us to use forks with stiffer, stronger fork crowns and steer tubes; these forks are less prone to flex, so riders experience enhanced responsiveness and control in the handling of the bike. Tapered head tubes also enable engineers to optimize headset bearings. Oversized 1 1/2” lower bearings are stronger and more durable, and they are better at dissipating loads and handling impacts. Smaller 1 1/8” upper bearings, which experience less load, are lighter. Combined, all of these tapered head tube benefits contribute to a more thrilling ride experience.


Power Chassis


Norco’s Power Chassis Design is the ultra-efficient power transfer system that gives our carbon road bikes their responsiveness and explo- sive acceleration. The Power Chassis is a complete pedaling platform designed to convert energy from a rider’s whole body into forward mo- mentum. The design begins at the tapered head tube and leads down through an oversized, down tube that creates an extremely stiff linkage between the front and back end of the bike. The down tube leads into an oversized, super-stiff bottom bracket shell designed to house the most efficient cranks available today. The oversized BB area then leads through to an especially broad set of chain stays, engineered to conduct energy directly from cranks through to the back wheel where they are converted into forward thrust.


Tapered Head Tube


Tapered head tubes provide three major benefits to riders: stiffness, responsiveness and durability. A wider head tube junction leaves room for a larger down tube, enabling engineers to create a stiffer, more efficient pedaling platform. The wider junction also enables us to use forks with stiffer, stronger fork crowns and steer tubes; these forks are less prone to flex, so riders experience enhanced responsiveness and control in the handling of the bike. Tapered head tubes also enable engineers to optimize headset bearings. Oversized 1 1/2” lower bearings are stronger and more durable, and they are better at dissipating loads and handling impacts. Smaller 1 1/8” upper bearings, which experience less load, are lighter. Combined, all of these tapered head tube benefits contribute to a more thrilling ride experience.


Applied Road Compliance


Norco’s performance road frames feature Advanced Road Compliance (ARC) technology, which optimizes the vertical compliance to lateral rigidity ratio for race and endurance applications. ARC seat stays are designed with a distinctive bow shape that works like micro-suspension to dampen fatiguing road vibrations. ARC technology enables us to maximize rider comfort without any sacrifice to the lateral stiffness that gives a high performance road bike its pedaling efficiency and explosiveness.

ARC Endurance: Seat stays are slender and feature a very pronounced bow shape that makes them extremely effective at dampening road vibrations. Chain stays are broad and stiff to ensure optimal pedaling efficiency, and they are engineered to be slightly longer to deliver a more stable ride experience.

ARC Race: Seat stays are slender and feature a less pronounced bow shape that still delivers effective road vibration dampening. Chain stays are broad and extremely stiff to deliver maximum pedaling efficiency, and they are engineered to be slightly shorter to deliver a highly responsive ride experience.


SmoothCore


Structurally speaking, the inside of a carbon frame is just as important as the outside. Norco’s SmoothCore process enables us to maintain precision control over all of the inner surfaces of our carbon frames, which is particularly critical at complicated, high-stress areas like the head tube and bottom bracket junctions. The secret to SmoothCore is our innovative mandrel system, which eliminates the possibility of wrinkling during the carbon fibre layup process and enables us to guarantee exceptionally smooth inner surfaces throughout the frame. Most importantly to the rider, SmoothCore greatly improves frame strength over conventional carbon layup processes. Norco’s 2013 carbon frames are the strongest and most resilient we’ve ever made, inside and out.


ArmorLite


Norco’s carbon frames are manufactured with only the highest quality materials, right down to the resin we use to hold everything together. Our superior quality ArmorLite resin produces an exceptionally strong bond that enhances frame strength, prevents damage and increases impact resistance. ArmorLite resin is so efficient that less of it is required – enabling us to produce carbon frames that are both stronger AND lighter than those manufactured using conventional resins.


Pressfit BB30


A PressFit 30 bottom bracket offers all of the stiffness benefits of a BB30 bottom bracket, and adds a few unique benefits of its own. With PressFit 30 bottom brackets, bearings are housed in nylon cups that are pressed directly into the BB shell. This eliminates the need for the aluminum sleeve used in traditional BB30 designs and therefore reduces overall weight. The PressFit 30 system also creates a better seal around bearings, increasing their lifespan and reducing the possibility of a blowout. PressFit 30 BBs are less prone to creaking than other BBs and are compatible with all BB30 cranksets.


Advanced Ride Technology


Advanced Ride Technology, or A.R.T., is the direct link between engineering and experience. More than a single suspension platform, A.R.T. is a system that we optimize for each intended use. Norco’s engineering team strategically manipulates pivot locations to precision-tune suspension kinematics, ensuring that every full suspension bike will excel in the environment it was designed for. For downhill applications, we increase rearward axle path for a more controlled ride over gnarly, unpredictable terrain. For cross-country we increase pedaling efficiency and small bump compliance for a faster, smoother ride. A.R.T. delivers four major benefits to riders: enhanced pedaling efficiency, increased square-edge bump compliance, improved braking performance and progressive suspension characteristics. These benefits are balanced in different proportions based on intended use, creating a ride experience unique to each model.

Enhanced Pedaling Efficiency
A.R.T. is designed to effectively manage chain growth to create anti-squat forces that counteract the forces responsible for suspension bob. The result is an incredibly efficient pedaling platform, superior power transfer and unmatched climbing ability.

Increased Square-Edge Bump Compliance
Rearward axle path describes the rear wheel’s trajectory as a bicycle moves through its travel. A.R.T. uses a pronounced rearward axle path that enables the wheel to travel both rearward and upward, up and out of the way of obstacles.

Improved Braking Performance
A pronounced rearward axle path also allows a bike’s suspension to remain fully active when pressure is applied to the brakes. A.R.T. delivers powerful, predictable braking with fully active suspension and superior traction at all times.

Progressive Suspension Characteristics
A.R.T. suspension uses a progressive leverage ratio curve, meaning that the forces required to engage the shock increase progressively as the shock moves through its travel. The first part of the stroke is very supple and effectively absorbs small to medium-sized impacts. Toward the end of the stroke, the shock becomes progressively stiffer, resulting in a ‘bottomless’ feel. To the rider, this progressive curve is experienced as consistent, predictable suspension at every point in the travel.


Holloform Link Arm


Norco’s Holloform linkarm is a hyper-rigid, one-piece linkarm that provides two distinct benefits to riders. First, it provides lateral support to the seat stays and stiffens the rear triangle, keeping the bike tracking straight and true through any terrain. Second, it prevents torsional forces from affecting the rear shock, reducing stiction and increasing shock life.


Post Mount Brakes


Integrated into the rear dropouts, the post mount uses half of the hardware of a normal brake mounting system and creates a stronger structure that reduces braking harmonics.


360 Lock


Norco’s 360º Lock pivots employ a tapered collet insert that, when the pivot hardware is tightened, expands to grip the inner race of the pivot bearing around the full 3600 of its inner diameter. This design creates a much stronger grip, prevents unwanted forces from acting on the bearing and prolongs bearing lifespan.


Tapered Head Tube Advanced Ride Technology Post Mount Brakes
Intended Use
Trail
Travel
120mm
4.7in
Wheel Size
29"
Technologies

The Technology Inside the Fluid 9.1

Flip Dropout

Brand new for 2014, the proprietary Flip Dropout features a sturdy Flip Chip that adapts to the specific needs of the rider. Extended, the Flip Chip features an eyelet that functions as an additional mounting point for fenders. The Flip eyelet is intentionally set on a different plane than the primary eyelet to ensure maximum fender/rack compatibility. Retracted, the Flip Chip is hidden neatly out of the way.


Flip Dropout

Brand new for 2014, the proprietary Flip Dropout features a sturdy Flip Chip that adapts to the specific needs of the rider. Extended, the Flip Chip features an eyelet that functions as an additional mounting point for fenders. The Flip eyelet is intentionally set on a different plane than the primary eyelet to ensure maximum fender/rack compatibility. Retracted, the Flip Chip is hidden neatly out of the way.


Gravity Tune


With traditional frame designs, engineers adjust front-centre lengths for each frame size but use a single, fixed rear-centre length. This approach leaves riders of certain body types in a poor position when standing. Poor body position leads to uneven weight distribution and negatively affects traction, control and overall performance and ride characteristics. A simple solution to a complex problem, Gravity Tune fixes the front-centre/rear-centre ratio across all frame sizes, effectively optimizing geometry for every bike in the line. As a result, weight is always optimally distributed – regardless of rider height. Available only on Norco Bikes, Gravity Tune means equal ride characteristics and unrivalled control for all.


Syntace Integrated Derailleur Hanger


Proven to be substantially stiffer and less prone to damage than conventional derailleur hangers, the X-12 system ensures incredibly crisp and precise shifting. Each frame comes with a spare hanger bolt integrated into the frame for emergency trailside repairs.


Tapered Head Tube


Tapered head tubes provide three major benefits to riders: stiffness, responsiveness and durability. A wider head tube junction leaves room for a larger down tube, enabling engineers to create a stiffer, more efficient pedaling platform. The wider junction also enables us to use forks with stiffer, stronger fork crowns and steer tubes; these forks are less prone to flex, so riders experience enhanced responsiveness and control in the handling of the bike. Tapered head tubes also enable engineers to optimize headset bearings. Oversized 1 1/2” lower bearings are stronger and more durable, and they are better at dissipating loads and handling impacts. Smaller 1 1/8” upper bearings, which experience less load, are lighter. Combined, all of these tapered head tube benefits contribute to a more thrilling ride experience.


Power Chassis


Norco’s Power Chassis Design is the ultra-efficient power transfer system that gives our carbon road bikes their responsiveness and explo- sive acceleration. The Power Chassis is a complete pedaling platform designed to convert energy from a rider’s whole body into forward mo- mentum. The design begins at the tapered head tube and leads down through an oversized, down tube that creates an extremely stiff linkage between the front and back end of the bike. The down tube leads into an oversized, super-stiff bottom bracket shell designed to house the most efficient cranks available today. The oversized BB area then leads through to an especially broad set of chain stays, engineered to conduct energy directly from cranks through to the back wheel where they are converted into forward thrust.


Tapered Head Tube


Tapered head tubes provide three major benefits to riders: stiffness, responsiveness and durability. A wider head tube junction leaves room for a larger down tube, enabling engineers to create a stiffer, more efficient pedaling platform. The wider junction also enables us to use forks with stiffer, stronger fork crowns and steer tubes; these forks are less prone to flex, so riders experience enhanced responsiveness and control in the handling of the bike. Tapered head tubes also enable engineers to optimize headset bearings. Oversized 1 1/2” lower bearings are stronger and more durable, and they are better at dissipating loads and handling impacts. Smaller 1 1/8” upper bearings, which experience less load, are lighter. Combined, all of these tapered head tube benefits contribute to a more thrilling ride experience.


Applied Road Compliance


Norco’s performance road frames feature Advanced Road Compliance (ARC) technology, which optimizes the vertical compliance to lateral rigidity ratio for race and endurance applications. ARC seat stays are designed with a distinctive bow shape that works like micro-suspension to dampen fatiguing road vibrations. ARC technology enables us to maximize rider comfort without any sacrifice to the lateral stiffness that gives a high performance road bike its pedaling efficiency and explosiveness.

ARC Endurance: Seat stays are slender and feature a very pronounced bow shape that makes them extremely effective at dampening road vibrations. Chain stays are broad and stiff to ensure optimal pedaling efficiency, and they are engineered to be slightly longer to deliver a more stable ride experience.

ARC Race: Seat stays are slender and feature a less pronounced bow shape that still delivers effective road vibration dampening. Chain stays are broad and extremely stiff to deliver maximum pedaling efficiency, and they are engineered to be slightly shorter to deliver a highly responsive ride experience.


SmoothCore


Structurally speaking, the inside of a carbon frame is just as important as the outside. Norco’s SmoothCore process enables us to maintain precision control over all of the inner surfaces of our carbon frames, which is particularly critical at complicated, high-stress areas like the head tube and bottom bracket junctions. The secret to SmoothCore is our innovative mandrel system, which eliminates the possibility of wrinkling during the carbon fibre layup process and enables us to guarantee exceptionally smooth inner surfaces throughout the frame. Most importantly to the rider, SmoothCore greatly improves frame strength over conventional carbon layup processes. Norco’s 2013 carbon frames are the strongest and most resilient we’ve ever made, inside and out.


ArmorLite


Norco’s carbon frames are manufactured with only the highest quality materials, right down to the resin we use to hold everything together. Our superior quality ArmorLite resin produces an exceptionally strong bond that enhances frame strength, prevents damage and increases impact resistance. ArmorLite resin is so efficient that less of it is required – enabling us to produce carbon frames that are both stronger AND lighter than those manufactured using conventional resins.


Pressfit BB30


A PressFit 30 bottom bracket offers all of the stiffness benefits of a BB30 bottom bracket, and adds a few unique benefits of its own. With PressFit 30 bottom brackets, bearings are housed in nylon cups that are pressed directly into the BB shell. This eliminates the need for the aluminum sleeve used in traditional BB30 designs and therefore reduces overall weight. The PressFit 30 system also creates a better seal around bearings, increasing their lifespan and reducing the possibility of a blowout. PressFit 30 BBs are less prone to creaking than other BBs and are compatible with all BB30 cranksets.


Advanced Ride Technology


Advanced Ride Technology, or A.R.T., is the direct link between engineering and experience. More than a single suspension platform, A.R.T. is a system that we optimize for each intended use. Norco’s engineering team strategically manipulates pivot locations to precision-tune suspension kinematics, ensuring that every full suspension bike will excel in the environment it was designed for. For downhill applications, we increase rearward axle path for a more controlled ride over gnarly, unpredictable terrain. For cross-country we increase pedaling efficiency and small bump compliance for a faster, smoother ride. A.R.T. delivers four major benefits to riders: enhanced pedaling efficiency, increased square-edge bump compliance, improved braking performance and progressive suspension characteristics. These benefits are balanced in different proportions based on intended use, creating a ride experience unique to each model.

Enhanced Pedaling Efficiency
A.R.T. is designed to effectively manage chain growth to create anti-squat forces that counteract the forces responsible for suspension bob. The result is an incredibly efficient pedaling platform, superior power transfer and unmatched climbing ability.

Increased Square-Edge Bump Compliance
Rearward axle path describes the rear wheel’s trajectory as a bicycle moves through its travel. A.R.T. uses a pronounced rearward axle path that enables the wheel to travel both rearward and upward, up and out of the way of obstacles.

Improved Braking Performance
A pronounced rearward axle path also allows a bike’s suspension to remain fully active when pressure is applied to the brakes. A.R.T. delivers powerful, predictable braking with fully active suspension and superior traction at all times.

Progressive Suspension Characteristics
A.R.T. suspension uses a progressive leverage ratio curve, meaning that the forces required to engage the shock increase progressively as the shock moves through its travel. The first part of the stroke is very supple and effectively absorbs small to medium-sized impacts. Toward the end of the stroke, the shock becomes progressively stiffer, resulting in a ‘bottomless’ feel. To the rider, this progressive curve is experienced as consistent, predictable suspension at every point in the travel.


Holloform Link Arm


Norco’s Holloform linkarm is a hyper-rigid, one-piece linkarm that provides two distinct benefits to riders. First, it provides lateral support to the seat stays and stiffens the rear triangle, keeping the bike tracking straight and true through any terrain. Second, it prevents torsional forces from affecting the rear shock, reducing stiction and increasing shock life.


Post Mount Brakes


Integrated into the rear dropouts, the post mount uses half of the hardware of a normal brake mounting system and creates a stronger structure that reduces braking harmonics.


360 Lock


Norco’s 360º Lock pivots employ a tapered collet insert that, when the pivot hardware is tightened, expands to grip the inner race of the pivot bearing around the full 3600 of its inner diameter. This design creates a much stronger grip, prevents unwanted forces from acting on the bearing and prolongs bearing lifespan.


Tapered Head Tube Advanced Ride Technology Post Mount Brakes
Intended Use
Trail
Travel
120mm
4.7in
Wheel Size
29"
Technologies

The Technology Inside the Fluid 9.2

Flip Dropout

Brand new for 2014, the proprietary Flip Dropout features a sturdy Flip Chip that adapts to the specific needs of the rider. Extended, the Flip Chip features an eyelet that functions as an additional mounting point for fenders. The Flip eyelet is intentionally set on a different plane than the primary eyelet to ensure maximum fender/rack compatibility. Retracted, the Flip Chip is hidden neatly out of the way.


Flip Dropout

Brand new for 2014, the proprietary Flip Dropout features a sturdy Flip Chip that adapts to the specific needs of the rider. Extended, the Flip Chip features an eyelet that functions as an additional mounting point for fenders. The Flip eyelet is intentionally set on a different plane than the primary eyelet to ensure maximum fender/rack compatibility. Retracted, the Flip Chip is hidden neatly out of the way.


Gravity Tune


With traditional frame designs, engineers adjust front-centre lengths for each frame size but use a single, fixed rear-centre length. This approach leaves riders of certain body types in a poor position when standing. Poor body position leads to uneven weight distribution and negatively affects traction, control and overall performance and ride characteristics. A simple solution to a complex problem, Gravity Tune fixes the front-centre/rear-centre ratio across all frame sizes, effectively optimizing geometry for every bike in the line. As a result, weight is always optimally distributed – regardless of rider height. Available only on Norco Bikes, Gravity Tune means equal ride characteristics and unrivalled control for all.


Syntace Integrated Derailleur Hanger


Proven to be substantially stiffer and less prone to damage than conventional derailleur hangers, the X-12 system ensures incredibly crisp and precise shifting. Each frame comes with a spare hanger bolt integrated into the frame for emergency trailside repairs.


Tapered Head Tube


Tapered head tubes provide three major benefits to riders: stiffness, responsiveness and durability. A wider head tube junction leaves room for a larger down tube, enabling engineers to create a stiffer, more efficient pedaling platform. The wider junction also enables us to use forks with stiffer, stronger fork crowns and steer tubes; these forks are less prone to flex, so riders experience enhanced responsiveness and control in the handling of the bike. Tapered head tubes also enable engineers to optimize headset bearings. Oversized 1 1/2” lower bearings are stronger and more durable, and they are better at dissipating loads and handling impacts. Smaller 1 1/8” upper bearings, which experience less load, are lighter. Combined, all of these tapered head tube benefits contribute to a more thrilling ride experience.


Power Chassis


Norco’s Power Chassis Design is the ultra-efficient power transfer system that gives our carbon road bikes their responsiveness and explo- sive acceleration. The Power Chassis is a complete pedaling platform designed to convert energy from a rider’s whole body into forward mo- mentum. The design begins at the tapered head tube and leads down through an oversized, down tube that creates an extremely stiff linkage between the front and back end of the bike. The down tube leads into an oversized, super-stiff bottom bracket shell designed to house the most efficient cranks available today. The oversized BB area then leads through to an especially broad set of chain stays, engineered to conduct energy directly from cranks through to the back wheel where they are converted into forward thrust.


Tapered Head Tube


Tapered head tubes provide three major benefits to riders: stiffness, responsiveness and durability. A wider head tube junction leaves room for a larger down tube, enabling engineers to create a stiffer, more efficient pedaling platform. The wider junction also enables us to use forks with stiffer, stronger fork crowns and steer tubes; these forks are less prone to flex, so riders experience enhanced responsiveness and control in the handling of the bike. Tapered head tubes also enable engineers to optimize headset bearings. Oversized 1 1/2” lower bearings are stronger and more durable, and they are better at dissipating loads and handling impacts. Smaller 1 1/8” upper bearings, which experience less load, are lighter. Combined, all of these tapered head tube benefits contribute to a more thrilling ride experience.


Applied Road Compliance


Norco’s performance road frames feature Advanced Road Compliance (ARC) technology, which optimizes the vertical compliance to lateral rigidity ratio for race and endurance applications. ARC seat stays are designed with a distinctive bow shape that works like micro-suspension to dampen fatiguing road vibrations. ARC technology enables us to maximize rider comfort without any sacrifice to the lateral stiffness that gives a high performance road bike its pedaling efficiency and explosiveness.

ARC Endurance: Seat stays are slender and feature a very pronounced bow shape that makes them extremely effective at dampening road vibrations. Chain stays are broad and stiff to ensure optimal pedaling efficiency, and they are engineered to be slightly longer to deliver a more stable ride experience.

ARC Race: Seat stays are slender and feature a less pronounced bow shape that still delivers effective road vibration dampening. Chain stays are broad and extremely stiff to deliver maximum pedaling efficiency, and they are engineered to be slightly shorter to deliver a highly responsive ride experience.


SmoothCore


Structurally speaking, the inside of a carbon frame is just as important as the outside. Norco’s SmoothCore process enables us to maintain precision control over all of the inner surfaces of our carbon frames, which is particularly critical at complicated, high-stress areas like the head tube and bottom bracket junctions. The secret to SmoothCore is our innovative mandrel system, which eliminates the possibility of wrinkling during the carbon fibre layup process and enables us to guarantee exceptionally smooth inner surfaces throughout the frame. Most importantly to the rider, SmoothCore greatly improves frame strength over conventional carbon layup processes. Norco’s 2013 carbon frames are the strongest and most resilient we’ve ever made, inside and out.


ArmorLite


Norco’s carbon frames are manufactured with only the highest quality materials, right down to the resin we use to hold everything together. Our superior quality ArmorLite resin produces an exceptionally strong bond that enhances frame strength, prevents damage and increases impact resistance. ArmorLite resin is so efficient that less of it is required – enabling us to produce carbon frames that are both stronger AND lighter than those manufactured using conventional resins.


Pressfit BB30


A PressFit 30 bottom bracket offers all of the stiffness benefits of a BB30 bottom bracket, and adds a few unique benefits of its own. With PressFit 30 bottom brackets, bearings are housed in nylon cups that are pressed directly into the BB shell. This eliminates the need for the aluminum sleeve used in traditional BB30 designs and therefore reduces overall weight. The PressFit 30 system also creates a better seal around bearings, increasing their lifespan and reducing the possibility of a blowout. PressFit 30 BBs are less prone to creaking than other BBs and are compatible with all BB30 cranksets.


Advanced Ride Technology


Advanced Ride Technology, or A.R.T., is the direct link between engineering and experience. More than a single suspension platform, A.R.T. is a system that we optimize for each intended use. Norco’s engineering team strategically manipulates pivot locations to precision-tune suspension kinematics, ensuring that every full suspension bike will excel in the environment it was designed for. For downhill applications, we increase rearward axle path for a more controlled ride over gnarly, unpredictable terrain. For cross-country we increase pedaling efficiency and small bump compliance for a faster, smoother ride. A.R.T. delivers four major benefits to riders: enhanced pedaling efficiency, increased square-edge bump compliance, improved braking performance and progressive suspension characteristics. These benefits are balanced in different proportions based on intended use, creating a ride experience unique to each model.

Enhanced Pedaling Efficiency
A.R.T. is designed to effectively manage chain growth to create anti-squat forces that counteract the forces responsible for suspension bob. The result is an incredibly efficient pedaling platform, superior power transfer and unmatched climbing ability.

Increased Square-Edge Bump Compliance
Rearward axle path describes the rear wheel’s trajectory as a bicycle moves through its travel. A.R.T. uses a pronounced rearward axle path that enables the wheel to travel both rearward and upward, up and out of the way of obstacles.

Improved Braking Performance
A pronounced rearward axle path also allows a bike’s suspension to remain fully active when pressure is applied to the brakes. A.R.T. delivers powerful, predictable braking with fully active suspension and superior traction at all times.

Progressive Suspension Characteristics
A.R.T. suspension uses a progressive leverage ratio curve, meaning that the forces required to engage the shock increase progressively as the shock moves through its travel. The first part of the stroke is very supple and effectively absorbs small to medium-sized impacts. Toward the end of the stroke, the shock becomes progressively stiffer, resulting in a ‘bottomless’ feel. To the rider, this progressive curve is experienced as consistent, predictable suspension at every point in the travel.


Holloform Link Arm


Norco’s Holloform linkarm is a hyper-rigid, one-piece linkarm that provides two distinct benefits to riders. First, it provides lateral support to the seat stays and stiffens the rear triangle, keeping the bike tracking straight and true through any terrain. Second, it prevents torsional forces from affecting the rear shock, reducing stiction and increasing shock life.


Post Mount Brakes


Integrated into the rear dropouts, the post mount uses half of the hardware of a normal brake mounting system and creates a stronger structure that reduces braking harmonics.


360 Lock


Norco’s 360º Lock pivots employ a tapered collet insert that, when the pivot hardware is tightened, expands to grip the inner race of the pivot bearing around the full 3600 of its inner diameter. This design creates a much stronger grip, prevents unwanted forces from acting on the bearing and prolongs bearing lifespan.


Tapered Head Tube Advanced Ride Technology Post Mount Brakes
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Frameset
Frame

Fluid 27.5 aluminum 120 mm travel frame with tapered steer tube 

Fork

32 Float Evolution 27.5 CTD O/C 120 mm travel 15mm tapered steer tube 

Rear Shock

Fox Float CTD Evolution 

Wheels
Rims

WTB Speed Disc I 23 single eyelet 27.5 

Tires

Continental X-King 27.5 x 2.4 folding bead 

Tubes

 

Front Hub

Formula DC 51 disc hub w/15 mm axle 

Rear Hub

Formula DC 32 rear disc sealed bearing Q/R 

Spokes/Nipples

black stainless steel spokes  

Drivetrain
Shifter Front

Shimano XT 2/3 speed rapid fire 

Shifter Rear

Shimano XT 10 speed rapid fire 

Shifter Casing

Jagwire LEX housing 

Front Derailleur

Shimano Deore downswing high clamp 

Rear Derailleur

Shimano XT Shadow 10 speed  

Cassette

Shimano CS HG 62 10 speed 

Crankset

Shimano Deore Hollow Tech II 10 speed 40/30/22T  

Bottom Bracket

 

Pedals

Wellgo alloy body / steel cage MTB pedal 

Chain

Sram PC 1031 10 speed chain 

Chain Tensioner

N/A 

Components
Seat Post

Norco 6061 alloy double bolt head 30.9 

Seat Post Clamp

Norco design alloy QR clamp 34.9 mm 

Saddle

Norco MTB trail saddle 

Headset

FSA #57B ( tapered internal ) 1.5" to 1-1/8""" 

Headset Spacer

FSA spacer 1 x 10 mm 

Top Cap

Black alloy  

Stem

Norco alloy MTB stem with 4 bolt front clamp 

Handlebar

Norco 25.4 mm rise 740 mm width bar 

Grips

T-One lock on grip 

Front Brake

Shimano Deore BRM 615 w/ 160 mm rotor 

Rear Brake

Shimano Deore BRM 615 w/ 160 mm rotor 

Brake Levers

Shimano Deore 

Brake Cable Casing

N/A 

Frameset
Frame

Fluid 27.5 aluminum 120 mm travel frame with tapered steer tube 

Fork

Rockshox XC30 27.5 120 mm 9 mm axle dropout tapered steer tube 

Rear Shock

Rockshox Monarch R w/rebound adjust 

Wheels
Rims

WTB SX 19 trail rim 27.5  

Tires

Continental X-King 27.5 x 2.4 wire bead 

Tubes

 

Front Hub

Formula DC 20 disc hub  

Rear Hub

Formula DC 22 rear 135 x 10 w/ QR axle 

Spokes/Nipples

black stainless steel spokes  

Drivetrain
Shifter Front

Shimano Deore 10 speed rapid fire 

Shifter Rear

Shimano Deore 10 speed rapid fire 

Shifter Casing

Jagwire LEX housing 

Front Derailleur

Shimano Deore downswing high clamp 

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Deore Shadow type 10 speed 

Cassette

Shimano CS HG 62 10 speed 

Crankset

Shimano Deore Hollow Tech II 10 speed 40/30/22T  

Bottom Bracket

w/BB 

Pedals

Wellgo alloy body / steel cage MTB pedal 

Chain

Sram PC 1031 10 speed chain 

Chain Tensioner

N/A 

Components
Seat Post

Norco 6061 alloy double bolt head 30.9 

Seat Post Clamp

Norco design alloy QR clamp 34.9 mm 

Saddle

Norco MTB trail saddle 

Headset

FSA #57B ( tapered internal ) 1.5" to 1-1/8""" 

Headset Spacer

FSA spacer 1 x 10 mm 

Top Cap

Black alloy  

Stem

Alloy MTB stem with 4 bolt front clamp 

Handlebar

Norco 25.4 mm rise 740 mm width bar 

Grips

Norco MTB gator design trail grip  

Front Brake

Avid DB 1 hydraulic disc brake w/160 mm rotor 

Rear Brake

Avid DB 1 hydraulic disc brake w/160 mm rotor 

Brake Levers

Avid DB1  

Brake Cable Casing

N/A 

Frameset
Frame

Fluid 29er aluminum 120 mm travel frame with tapered steer tube 

Fork

32 Float Evolution 29 CTD O/C 120 mm travel 15 mm tapered steer tube 

Rear Shock

Fox Float CTD Evolution 

Wheels
Rims

WTB Speed Disc I 19 single eyelet 29er rim 

Tires

Continental X-King 29 x 2.2 folding bead 

Tubes

 

Front Hub

Formula DC 51 disc hub w/15 mm axle 

Rear Hub

Formula DC 32 rear disc sealed bearing qr 

Spokes/Nipples

black stainless steel spokes  

Drivetrain
Shifter Front

Shimano XT 2/3 speed rapid fire 

Shifter Rear

Shimano XT 10 speed rapid fire 

Shifter Casing

Jagwire LEX housing 

Front Derailleur

Shimano Deore seattube direct mount 

Rear Derailleur

Shimano XT Shadow 10 speed  

Cassette

Shimano CS HG 62 10 speed 

Crankset

Shimano Deore Hollow Tech II 10 speed 40/30/22T  

Bottom Bracket

 

Pedals

Wellgo alloy body / steel cage MTB pedal 

Chain

Sram PC 1031 10 speed chain 

Chain Tensioner

N/A 

Components
Seat Post

Norco 6061 alloy double bolt head 30.9 

Seat Post Clamp

Norco design alloy QR clamp 34.9 mm 

Saddle

Norco MTB trail saddle 

Headset

FSA #57B ( tapered internal ) 1.5" to 1-1/8""" 

Headset Spacer

FSA spacer 1 x 10 mm 

Top Cap

Black alloy  

Stem

Norco alloy MTB stem with 4 bolt front clamp 

Handlebar

Norco 25.4 mm rise 740 mm width bar 

Grips

T-One lock on grip 

Front Brake

Shimano Deore BRM 615 w/160 rotor 

Rear Brake

Shimano Deore BRM 615 w/160 rotor 

Brake Levers

Shimano Deore 

Brake Cable Casing

N/A 

Frameset
Frame

Fluid 29er aluminum 120 mm travel frame with tapered steer tube 

Fork

Rockshox XC32 29er 120 mm tapered steer 15 mm dropout 

Rear Shock

Rockshox Monarch R w/rebound adjust 

Wheels
Rims

WTB SX 19 trail rim 29er  

Tires

Continental X-King 29 x 2.2 wire bead 

Tubes

 

Front Hub

Formula DC 51 disc hub w/15 mm axle 

Rear Hub

Formula DC 22 rear 135 x 10 w/ QR axle 

Spokes/Nipples

black stainless steel spokes  

Drivetrain
Shifter Front

Shimano Deore 10 speed rapid fire 

Shifter Rear

Shimano Deore 10 speed rapid fire 

Shifter Casing

Jagwire LEX housing 

Front Derailleur

Shimano Deore seattube direct mount 

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Deore Shadow type 10 speed 

Cassette

Shimano CS HG 62 10 speed 

Crankset

Shimano Deore Hollow Tech II 10 speed 40/30/22T  

Bottom Bracket

w/BB 

Pedals

Wellgo alloy body / steel cage MTB pedal 

Chain

Sram PC 1031 10 speed chain 

Chain Tensioner

N/A 

Components
Seat Post

Norco 6061 alloy double bolt head 30.9 

Seat Post Clamp

Norco design alloy QR clamp 34.9 mm 

Saddle

Norco MTB trail saddle 

Headset

FSA #57B ( tapered internal ) 1.5" to 1-1/8""" 

Headset Spacer

FSA spacer 1 x 10 mm 

Top Cap

Black alloy  

Stem

Norco alloy MTB stem with 4 bolt front clamp 

Handlebar

Norco 25.4 mm rise 740 mm width bar 

Grips

Norco MTB gator design trail grip  

Front Brake

Avid DB 1 hydraulic disc brake w/160 mm rotor 

Rear Brake

Avid DB 1 hydraulic disc brake w/160 mm rotor 

Brake Levers

Avid DB1 

Brake Cable Casing

N/A 

Geometry Diagram
 
 
XS S M L XL
 
Front Travel
120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm
 
Rear Travel
120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm
ST
Seat tube length, centre to centre
380 405 435 470 510
HA
Head tube Angle
68.5 68.5 68.5 68.5 68.5
ESA
Effective seat tube angle
74.5 74.5 74.5 74.5 74.5
ASA
Actual seat tube angle
72.3 72.3 72.3 72.3 72.3
TTH
Theoretical top tube length, horizontal
550 572 594 616 638
TTA
Actual top tube length
- - - - -
HT
Head tube length
100 107 115 122 130
FL
Fork length
507 507 507 507 507
BBR
Bottom bracket rise/drop
-18 -18 -18 -18 -18
BBH
Bottom bracket height
332 332 332 332 332
WB
Wheelbase
1079 1101 1125 1148 1170
RC
Rear Centre
425 425 425 425 425
FC
Front Centre
655 678 700 723 746
 
Reach
392 412 432 452 472
 
Stack
570 577 5847 591 598
SOH
Stand over height
749 735 767 760 752
 
Crank Length
170 170 175 175 175
 
Bar Width
740 740 740 740 740
 
Stem Length
60 60 60 75 75
 
Seatpost Length
350 350 350 350 350
 
 
XS S M L XL
 
Front Travel
120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm
 
Rear Travel
120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm
ST
Seat tube length, centre to centre
380 405 435 470 510
HA
Head tube Angle
68.5 68.5 68.5 68.5 68.5
ESA
Effective seat tube angle
74.5 74.5 74.5 74.5 74.5
ASA
Actual seat tube angle
72.3 72.3 72.3 72.3 72.3
TTH
Theoretical top tube length, horizontal
550 572 594 616 638
TTA
Actual top tube length
- - - - -
HT
Head tube length
100 107 115 122 130
FL
Fork length
507 507 507 507 507
BBR
Bottom bracket rise/drop
-18 -18 -18 -18 -18
BBH
Bottom bracket height
332 332 332 332 332
WB
Wheelbase
1079 1101 1125 1148 1170
RC
Rear Centre
425 425 425 425 425
FC
Front Centre
655 678 700 723 746
 
Reach
392 412 432 452 472
 
Stack
570 577 5847 591 598
SOH
Stand over height
749 735 767 760 752
 
Crank Length
170 170 175 175 175
 
Bar Width
740 740 740 740 740
 
Stem Length
60 60 60 75 75
 
Seatpost Length
350 350 350 350 350
 
 
S M L XL
 
Front Travel
120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm
 
Rear Travel
120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm
ST
Seat tube length, centre to centre
400 445 490 535
HA
Head tube Angle
69.5 69.5 69.5 69.5
ESA
Effective seat tube angle
73.5 73.5 73.5 73.5
ASA
Actual seat tube angle
68 68 68 68
TTH
Theoretical top tube length, horizontal
550 580 610 640
TTA
Actual top tube length
- - - -
HT
Head tube length
90 100 110 120
FL
Fork length
528 528 528 528
BBR
Bottom bracket rise/drop
-39 -39 -39 -39
BBH
Bottom bracket height
334 334 334 334
WB
Wheelbase
1085 1110 1141 1172
RC
Rear Centre
450 450 450 450
FC
Front Centre
638 663 694 725
 
Reach
371 398 425 453
 
Stack
603 614 623 633
SOH
Stand over height
780 795 793 779
 
Crank Length
170 175 175 175
 
Bar Width
740 740 740 740
 
Stem Length
60 60 75 75
 
Seatpost Length
350 350 350 350
 
 
S M L XL
 
Front Travel
120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm
 
Rear Travel
120mm 120mm 120mm 120mm
ST
Seat tube length, centre to centre
400 445 490 535
HA
Head tube Angle
69.5 69.5 69.5 69.5
ESA
Effective seat tube angle
73.5 73.5 73.5 73.5
ASA
Actual seat tube angle
68 68 68 68
TTH
Theoretical top tube length, horizontal
550 580 610 640
TTA
Actual top tube length
- - - -
HT
Head tube length
90 100 110 120
FL
Fork length
528 528 528 528
BBR
Bottom bracket rise/drop
-39 -39 -39 -39
BBH
Bottom bracket height
334 334 334 334
WB
Wheelbase
1085 1110 1141 1172
RC
Rear Centre
450 450 450 450
FC
Front Centre
638 663 694 725
 
Reach
371 398 425 453
 
Stack
603 614 623 633
SOH
Stand over height
780 795 793 779
 
Crank Length
170 175 175 175
 
Bar Width
740 740 740 740
 
Stem Length
60 60 75 75
 
Seatpost Length
350 350 350 350
Norco 5 Point System
  1. Custom 6061 aluminum frame featuring wheel size-specific geometry: sleek, 120mm travel trail frame delivers a first-rate trail riding experience.
  2. 27.5”/650B or 29” wheels: choose between two wheel sizes to enhance your trail riding performance and experience – both roll fast and flow through rough sections with ease.
  3. A.R.T. suspension: the trail-tuned A.R.T. suspension system delivers high-end suspension performance for superior climbing and descending capability.
  4. Tapered head tube: the exceptionally stiff front end is highly responsive to rider inputs, delivering precise steering and predictable, confident cornering.
  5. Available in a wide range of frame sizes, all with low standover: every trail rider deserves to experience the benefits of bigger wheels – now they can.

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